Teaching and Learning Cultural Metacognition in Marketing and Sales Education

Teaching and Learning Cultural Metacognition in Marketing and Sales Education

James E. Phelan (Grand Canyon University, USA)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/IJMSE.2019070102

Abstract

Thinking about cultural assumptions, referred to as cultural metacognition, can help increase awareness, build trust, and create successful marketing and sales outcomes. The role of cultural metacognition in marketing and sales education helps students build a cultural metacognition knowledge base and promotes appreciation of its importance and effect on business enhancement. The context of this article will help amplify knowledge, ideas, and skills necessary to connect various issues of teaching and learning cultural metacognition. This article will facilitate business educators' teaching practices that foster learning cultural metacognition and its effects on marketing and sales. The ultimate goal is to help elevate teaching, learning, and assessment practices related to the topic of cultural metacognition in marketing and sales education.

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